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CAutism Panel: Tier 2

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
Total conditions (102)
Total targets (60)

CX-linked Intellectual Disability: Gene Sequencing and Deletion/Duplication Panel

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region
Total conditions (140)
Total targets (92)

CAutism Panel: Tier 1 Cytogenetic and Molecular

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • K Karyotyping
  • T Targeted variant analysis

CAutism Panel: Complete Tier 1

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Total conditions (6)
Total targets (7)

CFragile X CGG Repeat Analysis

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • T Targeted variant analysis

CFragile X: FMR1 Gene Deletion/Duplication

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • D Deletion/duplication analysis

CFragile X: FMR1 Full Gene Sequencing

Lab: Emory Genetics Laboratory Emory University Decatur, Georgia, United States
Test targets
Methods
  • C Sequence analysis of the entire coding region

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